South Koreans demand answers for abductions during Korean War

Relatives of South Koreans taken by the North in the 1950s remains a key issue in peace efforts with Pyongyang.

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    In the push for an agreement on denuclearisation, campaigners say the issue of human rights in North Korea is being largely ignored.

    It is a sore point for South Koreans, whose relatives were allegedly abducted by North Korean forces during the Korean War.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from the South Korean city of Paju.


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